Coronavirus What You Need To Know Now!


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What is the Coronavirus

Coronaviruses (Cov) are actually a network of viruses that causes different illnesses. Ranging from very severe diseases to the common cold the “novel” coronavirus is a new strain that has not yet been previously identified in humans. (1,2,3,4,5,6)

Update – The caronavirus has since been given a name called COVID-19 by time of publishing 114 countries has been infected and about 122 000 people with the virus.

How is Coronavirus transmitted

The virus is called zoonotic which means it has been transmitted from animals to humans. (The SARS-cov) virus or Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome has been transmitted from civet cats to humans.

(MERS-CoV) Middle East Respiratory Syndrome from dromedary camels to humans. There is also 7 other Coronavirus detected in animals that have not been transmitted to humans.

coronavirus under microscope

Coronavirus is transmitted by sneezing and coughing.

The Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS-CoV)

The disease was first detected in 2012 in Saudi Arabia and believe that the virus passes from camels to humans.

The Middle East respiratory syndrome symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. On average 35% of people who came across this virus have passed away.

The Middle East respiratory syndrome virus doesn’t seem to pass easily from humans to humans unless they are close contact. Health care practitioners and caregivers outbreaks are the biggest concern at the moment.

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV)

The SARS virus for short is a form of pneumonia infection. Which is sudden and severe you will have respiratory distress or severe difficulty breathing.

The causes which started in 2003 are transmitted by animals to humans and it was transmitted in 2003 by civet cats to humans.

September 2012 the World Health Organisation has been notified of 2494 cases of the coronavirus 858 is the number of deaths caused by the Coronavirus and 27 countries reported cases after virus.

Where did the Coronavirus come from?

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The Coronavirus expertly turned up in Wuhan City China.

The word a “novel” means that medical scientists have never come across this virus before. Although a part of the virus was discovered in the 1960s.

The word Corona has named for the shape that the virus takes on. It is still very debatable where the virus came from but a new study suggests that it possibly came from snakes.

And was transmitted from snakes to humans but like I said this is still very very early stages.

Signs of the virus


It’s not really very easy to spot a virus as it can look like the common cold

Common signs include 

  • Respiratory symptoms.
  • Fever shortness of breath.
  • Cough breathing difficulties.
  • In severe cases, infections can cause kidney failure and ultimately lead to death.

Vaccine for coronavirus

This disease is fairly new to doctors and scientists and currently, there are no known Vaccines for the coronavirus a vaccine can possibly still be ages away.

There is also no current treatment for the disease however many of these symptoms can be treated individually and depends on the patient’s clinical condition.

Protect yourself against it!

Wash your hands after coughing, or sneezing. When caring for the sick.

Before and after you prepare food. After handling animals frequently clean hands with alcohol-based wipes or hand rubs.

Do not under any circumstances spit in public. Always share your travel history and activities with medical practitioners and authority leaders. Always make sure that when you prepare food like meat and eggs it is properly and thoroughly cooked.

Which countries are infected?

At the time of writing this article, there were 18 countries, infected We will bi-weekly update this list and add any new countries that are infected.

The affected countries are as follows in no specific  order

  • Japan, Australia, India
  • South Korea, France, Philippines
  • Thailand, Vietnam, Finland
  • Taiwan, Nepal, Germany
  • Canada, Cambodia, Hong Kong  
  • Thailand, United States, Singapore
  • Malaysia

WHO declares an emergency, first person-to-person transmission in the U.S.

As the Coronavirus starts to spread the first person to person transmitted virus  came from the US itself and therefore the World Health Organisation declared an emergency.

The organization calls this emergency alongside the day that the CDC also announced that the first person to person contact.

The new patient is married to the Chicago woman who contracted the disease while traveling in Wuhan, China, according to the Chicago Tribune. This raises the number of U.S. people with the virus to six.


Like everything else that we ever faced this I probably think would be the same effect as the ebola virus.

But as humans, we always Stand Together to beat this type of disease.

The losses have already been great but we will overcome this disease.

The virus is normally transmitted through animals to humans but the first person to person transmitted disease was recorded by the CDC in the United States.

There are two main symptoms after Coronavirus Middle East respiratory syndrome, and the other is a severe acute respiratory syndrome.

While there are seven others that have not yet been identified in humans the virus attacks the respiratory system and breathing is affected.

The virus can camouflage itself to look like a common cold with symptoms like fever, coughing, and difficulty breathing, there is no cure for this disease as of yet.

But treatments of individual symptoms can possibly lead to recovery we will keep our eyes on  Wuhan City in the future and we will update this article as new information comes along.

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